In addition to your Sigler, Inc. hosts, Bill & Laura Wolfington along with Holly Williams will be on hand throughout the program to assist in any way possible to make your stay more enjoyable. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact them.
Luggage & Travel Tags
Luggage tags will be provided prior to your departure. Please ensure that all of your checked baggage has a supplied tag for easy identification at the baggage terminal.
Hotel Contact Information
Marina Bay Sands
10 Bayfront Avenue
Tel: +65 6688 8868
Electrical Adapter Information
The frequency in Singapore (50 Hz) differs from the frequency in the United States of America (60 Hz). You should use a voltage converter which also changes the frequency, but these are hard to find. If your converter cannot change the frequency, be warned! Be especially careful with moving, rotating, and time-related appliances like clocks, shavers, and electric fan heaters.
To be sure, check the label on the appliance. Some appliances never need a converter. If the label states 'INPUT: 100-240V, 50/60 Hz' the appliance can be used in all countries in the world. This is common for chargers of tablets/laptops, photo cameras, cell phones, toothbrushes, etc.
The hotel has been requested to maintain a separate account for your incidentals. Any personal expenses such as laundry, telephone calls, spa treatments, business center, etc., are your responsibility. You may pay for these services at the time they are rendered or charge them to your incidental account. Prior to your departure your incidental account must be settled with the front desk.
There are safety deposit boxes available in all rooms. Please utilize these boxes during your stay.
Government issued passports are required for travel outside the United States. Passports must be valid 6 months from date of entry into Singapore.
Please wear the provided name badges for identification at the airport, and during any private functions.
A special Sigler, Inc. hospitality desk will be set up on site, and will be available on arrival day to help with any questions you may have. It will also be open daily from 8:00am to 12:00pm noon with special staffing to assist with your optional activities plans.
Do's and Don'ts in Singapore
Do have a great time and enjoy the city and the people. It will be an amazing trip, but to make sure you are aware of some of their customs, here are some that we thought you should know before you get there.
Singaporeans take great pride in the cleanliness of their city so as you can imagine dropping cigarette butts on the ground is a BIG no-no, so is spitting or spitting out chewing gum. Singaporeans aren't allowed to have chewing gum and they limit the number of packs a tourist can bring to Singapore at two. While touring Singapore, it is important that you are respectful and courteous to others and your surroundings. The government strives to maintain a peaceful and orderly society and have several laws that may seem odd to Americans. Singing in public, feeding pigeons, failing to flush a public toilet, littering and drunkenness are all considered crimes that carry severe consequences. However, you shouldn't spend your vacation worrying about these laws. Such public order laws are meant to protect public tranquility and respecting them will go a long way in ensuring Singapore remains a safe and vibrant city.
Note: Details are subject to change